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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 13 February 1879

SOUTHEP.X FARM AND HOME. AKK ri.i i ku jon:. rvalyle.:- in fowls are caused by a psritiuc nrt wh;rii tv.;rrows under ue skin of th li.r k and :et. They in-y be ne-trovd hyaprijir-ga mixture 1 ;ard acl aierow tie o'l VV.w-i s-hf.. sie b. nf-T-cial to all cr j p ' 2n i- r,y,, fn-1 iruit, ami nn l i t a'-p i-. hfi i- '- rrm t n i tl mv i;.u '.- if ""erf can :.e aj--'; ": w;tir -.it '.iir v ! .. fct:.- th- ; over J " Ii.-.rr iw .: m if.. Wf l..iv- I .1 . ib- fvVj irp; a ctaes-p xi-t " t 'r- eii-ji p trom iea' i.r-: M ! minr of rii-.-o of H-jlj.ir.r with "1 !n itif 1 ! m1i."'. ; WM"..ei i ji v.v r the i l.tnts ir. c-'.'t"' j the-- 'i-ri- r 'U'V V, 1.1 I I- ' ; pi.v.'.t'.ii n Ui.-.v pu thotisth use bs :.t --r.ry. Ia order to "'; l i but .er "V r ; t e peri o t .f ov jii:s ;-.-d hi t ;!.- r Califo-sua L. rja.-u !-. !y -fal i , th. "u prod if - r! ., .-i!irg t'.-ni to tie b ittom ;.'. i :r lid tvi ...ad in Atril ;..' n il o Ociotitr io -,;o - Mr. : mi:u- t, k"rp tr-.so in cold wtHti-r i .r ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 13 February 1879

it l TIIE EXCHANGE THURSDAY, FEB. 13. 1879. Memphis nAM i:s. W hat the Taxing District O we- Iter Ass'is. Appeal of tha 6U. The amount of citr howls funded to is 62,209,050.74. The new com- j)io;ujc bonds iue! in exchange fur t!,we amounted to 51,104.82-5.37, or one h:;!f the sum, which was also the amount of city indebtedness reduced or f:ivod to tax-payers ly the funding Echcin?. UNFUNDED BONDS, ETC. .The amount of unfunded IkjdiIs and otlior fundalile securities outstanding, urnl upon which mandarcus suits linvc Ih-'cii brought against the old incorjio rated city, and bonds and securities not as yet sued upon, U as follows: t3,2:8,629.10. The above amount of city 'iahiluics is held by people who have, up to this time, refused to fund and receive the new compromise bond, ilayor Flippin baa received news that probably about S1C0.000 has been, or 'will be, funded in New York city by creditors. If so, it adds that amount to the amount of funded liabilities bond etc., and cuts down th...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 20 February 1879

Milan Exchange.:.:-:: I B FT 4 VOLUME V. MILAN, TENNESSEE, FEBRUARY 20, 1879. NUMBER 50. THE EXCHANGE WADE BROOKS. Editor asset Prprirtra. SCBKCKIPTIOX HATH. Tw dollars a rear; ane dollar for six month-; kftr oenti for three months, ixtakiablt ix ad- f AKCK. roimAKDriTv uirkitohy. COCXTT OFFICERS. J. 6. Arnold, riheriff. M. C. Holmes. County Coort Clerk. R, E. Rainea, Chancery Clerk, Trenton. T. J. Williams, Chancery Clerk. Uumboldt. Wb. Moor. Circuit Clerk. Trenton. M-H. Johnson, Law Court Clerk. Humboldt. h- 0. Carleton. Coroner. 1. C. LocV. Trust. ...... James A- Cor. County Surveyor. A. . Currey, ttaperintoiiduut Public School, f. K. Coa. Register. CITT OFFICERS. V. L. M? are. Mayor. Juo. I). Lnsk, City Marshal. R F- Uaun. J. H. Blankenship, Q. W. Mar tin. R. J. Roberteoa. ti. H beymour. W. H. Al&ee. Aldermen. CHURCHES. Baptist Church street, J. P. Wearer. Paetor. Preaching every Sunday. I'rayer meeting Thursday evcninr. Sunday- -hool 9 a.m. Methodist North Main street. J M ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 20 February 1879

TENNlSSEE A leaker of fashion in San Francisco Las bad her chair and sofaa and the cushion! of her carriages stuffed with aromatic herb, in imitation of a prac tice prevalent among Oriental nationa. Fhe live in an atmosphere of constant perfume. The American honse of representa tives is renewed once in two year ; the French chamber once in four yeara ; the German reichstag, the Prussian diet and Hungarian diet once in three yean ; the Italian chamber once in five year ; while in Great Britain the nominal period of the elective honse i seven yeara. Fkrb, at' whose capital Senator Chris tiancy will Jrepresent the United State as minister, has a bonded debt of 1200, ('00,000 ; its guano deposits, the princi pal source of its wealth, are mortgaged to British capitalists for $36,000,000, acd the government owes $0,000,000 in interest. Assets an occasional earth quake. Tin? Princess iouise, it is predicted, will work a notable drees reform among the women of this continent. Her at tire is...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 20 February 1879

RELIGIOUS it HAD I NO. r i.imt. Ther tw quit lae ot, oar fnerdi wh have p-d Through toe shadow! of dea'h to the eoalfght abOTe; A tlioutaad i.nl memorial are toldlnf then feet 3 o t he pircea the? b eeeed with t luir preseace aad Jut. Tkr trk whit tby le't and tee wh'eh thej reed fI4k mutely, though eti-l with a eoquaa.ee rare, And lb eoo that they tang, and dear ward that 1hy said, trtill Uncet aud tigh on the d-eU.to air. And oft whsn e'one, and aa oft la tha throng. Or wben ell ailuree as or aio dra'Oth nigh, . A wbiiip i comse gently, ' Say, do not tba wroag," And we lei 1 thai thaU waltm U pitied oa high. In tue dew-threaded mora and tba opeltae When the children ara merry or crimaoDai with tleep, Vir art comforted, -Tn aa lonely we grieTa. For toe tbeagtit of their rupture forbid ot W wetp. We toll at oar Uk In the harden and beat Of iite'a aari.jnile noon. Th.y ara tolled in pec. W, too, iil go ho e o'er tha rirer of rnt At the ttroug and tba IotvIt before at hare goaa. Vir t...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 20 February 1879

585 THE EXCHANGE THURSDAY, FEB. 2 1879. The tieaty (f eace U tw et-n Ri' sia and Turkef haa bona sgned the czar. ' The Supreme Court of Tennesw. ha decided that a ja -joritr of all th Justice of the Peace of the ootnt v i nccessiuj to the couftitutimi of i court bavjn the power to levy a t . and that a inrjority of those consti'.ir ag a court thus ernpjwtred to levy tax mav levy it. The correspondent of the Manch ter Guardian telegraphs to that pap that intelligence Ls received from Sul Africa that the native levies tervir., with the British have rien en ma.e end massacred their officers ; th t those natives engaged in the fight ol the 21st ult. have raa?aered th. officers, and the hulk of the uath force along the frontier is deserti'-j. The Colouial Secretary, referring t the above report, ayt-: "We ha no informdtjon in any way confirniii.: tbe rumors that the natives Lave ri. en jigaiust their officers." STATE ITCS. Memphis Ledger: Judge John Easier went for delinquent tax-payei i...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 20 February 1879

THE EXCHANGE THUKSD AY. FEB'Y 20, 1878. JKAILKUAD TIJIt TABLW. Cnlearo.Rl.I.oa XewOrlean K.K. Trains leave Milan as follows on and aftei Pn. 1. 1.7: PASSU"'" TBAlSt. 1. north. Icavst. Pn o. S. " 3:00 1m. S0.2.M0O1. . Vf -,,,n rigHUiT TRAINS. 3te I. Mrth. leaves tt 11:53 pm e.7. " " 2:31 pin . . " " l:'.in o. 6. south, " - fc'u am o. 8. " " .. 4:, pra No to. " " - 7:Uatu X. U " " 3:30 pro Tim about fifteen minute? slower than town lima. J- C. L jft.., A teal, Milau. J. i. MANX, eup't. Jacksoi..Tenn. F. CUANDLKK, ti. 1. T. A.. .e Orleans. D. B. MOKti'.. T. A., New Orleans. Iwaiaville A Kaxbvlile A (it. K. R. R. Trains leave Milan as lolluws on and alter May 12,1878: P ASXPNGXR TRAINS. '. 1, south, leaves at ..... 4:20 am J. S, " . 1:0U pin o. 2. north, " S:u m . 4, " ' " .. 3:uUam rREIOBT TRAINS. JT. T. aouth. leave at , 12-40 am K. 9, " 4: am Ko. I, north. " :W pui A. 10, " " 2:50 am A- W. LOViNG. Aitent. . P. ATM0RE. 0. F. CAXTWELL. (Jan. P. I. A. Local licket A t. SMALL. CHASTE. Ra...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 20 February 1879

I St LI. JaeaA. ClcI Jodm, vbtt makta your hed eo white T Ad1 joar alioa'dera ttoop M low T Jaet look it your baud, buw they ehier "4 take. And your etept ire n feebte and flaw." ib i young Mat'r Tom. I til ct onre A n mble ae yen uj' Jim . Kobcdr then eer cailed ne alow, 1 wit eound in wind id limo. Ole inter culled me oil wf td- I was ttrong in' l.ht ot nait ; I bad beeo torn in' raited on hit !nd r-ho I neTer thought we could port ! Mct s happT Tar we pieaed. Fut when wi were growinif old Our trouble began, for my inaaei jot htoke, in' bit rwop'.e ill bid to be told. Th trtderp they my children took Oie miMi meant no hum My wile ti mourned while an' died, And I waa aold with th farm " - But Uncle Jonaa, the ulaek foika ire f re ! 1 be Y tnteea hare t them free 1 No one can boy or eell you now, No more than Jim or me." Yt, cnile, der ay the good tiiaw hare come, Ard a I do black folkt are free. And each wan who cm work can w n i home For Hmw f in' bis family. But t am ole an' feeb...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 20 February 1879

a SOUTHERN K.IRX A3D DOSE. am rl'LII VlL KOTEK. Sheep fatten quicker when .loue in pen of hair a doren, into any method of Lailirj or tving op ch neep. A firmer mutt be something beside a laborer. He must r mn of re-K.uro-s, and mine bv Lis own energy to any emergency. Pick up the odd 4 and end that are p.ingto waste around you. Hides, horns boois, bones, wax. mow- and many other trifle hare cash value. ?'If all tha banks in Now York 'ailed their failure would not mil ct so creat a losi on the nation at the lailure of dairy ing lor a single year. ' ExGovemor (Key moor. 1) not grumble. at t'- low prices of y lur producttt. It don't help the matter a bit. Just to to worr and ee if you can not level the cost or production wmu J-ave you a margin for profit, even at low trioes. Shep growers in England claim that a feed of ooiton aed a'i turnips is not mlv the aatst for tatu-niDfr. sheep, but wiil put on the mwi ft and make the Lest mutton at the lt cost. It also product- the (.trongtst n...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 20 February 1879

THURSDAY, FEB. 20, 1879. kle Walked Out a Little. About.ten daye ago a man giving his name as Lane arrived in the city, and proceeded to Mr Duncan's, near Vanderbiit University, secured board and entered the University as a stud ent in the Theological Department, lie pursued his studies until Sunda) last, when he boi rowed 87 or 88 from a fellow-student, a pistol from auoth er, a $35 overcoat from a third, as he wauted to "walk out a little." He started off and went to Myo' drug store, where he purchased several arti cles, saying that he was a theological student and would pay the next day. After procuring these goods he lefi town, and has not leen seen or hear! of since. Nashville American. CARROLL ITEMS. From the lluntincdon Republican. Our hotels get beef from Nashville. We need a butcher. Henry Fields, living six miles north of town, died la.t Tuesday, at the good old age of 82. He was one of the origiual settlers of the county. Last evening, the marriage bell called out the bea...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 27 February 1879

.VlILAIN Ex The CHANGE, VOLUME V. MILAN, TEXXESSEE, FEBRUARY 27, 1879. NUMBER 51, r. s s v k i! i Till: EXCHANGE WARE Jk BKOOKN. Kdllors and I'roprtnom. i MCBMCKirTIOX KtTlX Two dollars year: (medullar for fix maoUV; ifty (nti for three months, invariably is ad- f ANTE. ( Ol'NTV AMD CITY lIBUTORl. COUNTY OFFICERS. J. B. Arnold. Slu-riff. JH. C. Holmes. County Court ClerV. R. E. IUine, Chancery Ork. T ronton T. J. Williami, l'haoery C4k. HmnboMt. Win. Moore, Circuit Clerk. Tretrton. M- II. Johnson. Law Court Clerk. HumbolCt. U- 0. Carleton. Coroner. J. C. 1-on. Trustee. James A- Co. County Purveyor. Ji.S. Currey. Superintendent Public PohooJs. M . R. Co. lUjtinter. CITY OFFICERS. "V. I.. Ware. Mayor. I no. l. Lank. City MarAal. R F Haun. J. II. Blankesehin. 0. W. .Var in. II. J. EohcrUon, G. iV sfymour, W. II. Altec. Aldermen. CnCRCHES. ltaMi't -Church ftreet. J. P. Weaver. Farfor. Treachine ery Sunday. Prayer iiyeetin Thnndur eninr. Sunday- -hi.ol 9 a.m. Methodist North Main street....

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 27 February 1879

WADE Ks Kb I T OI rtermioii. MILAN. TENNESSEE There is a bill before ihe Oaio legis latute to create the cfftce of state hang man and ti est3 all executions take place at the penitentiary at Columbus Thk potatr. crop of the United State? is set down as amounting to 2''0,009 bushels. Three million bushels are con Mimed annually in the manufacture of atarcb. Pbeumijueies to eecure lrnl at Mcnticello for the erection of a monu me nt ovt-r JefTersen's grave have passed, and work will be begun in the ea:!y "pring. The Virginia senate has re'used, by a very decided majority, to repeal the whiq.iig pott law, taking the ground that & great gaviDg ot expense has ac--iued and that there has betn a notable decrease of petty crimes. Postmaster General Key is a good deal of a woman's rights man. He says a gre fct number e f women have been ap pointed to small i faces in the past four years, and they do the business in firt--lass hhpe. They take more pi Ida ia ffiee boldirg, in fact, than men...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 27 February 1879

PAK5I AXD IIOF. HlllTlU.i.erPiirt : " Wili it pay V)te-f a tow in a village or city ?" asks a realeror the American Agricaiturlat, a professional man, liviag in a Tillage. He " bas a stable, can get psatursge durine six ummer months at 37 cents a week ; a boy will drive the cow to and from the pasture, nd mil, her night tni mruiajr,' id rollfc ber in winter for one-sixth rf her talk. Hy costs f 12 a ton. rraa 1J ceats per pound. I can buy mil': -t 4 ceai's "rr"quart, or sell aiy surp.u- t miwri si the tame price." A fair cow ought to aveisge 10 quart a flay, 270 days ia the je.r, f.r 2;7"0 quarts. D -ducting one sixth, er say fiL quarts lor thej'boy, 1 vp 2 2'u quarts, hi 4 cet ts, hjiiaI '13 fix months pasturage, $1'.'; hVut turee tors of bay, $i) ; 1,1 Oi) p ju:!s of bmn, or six poutd- a ds.y fT:x riH.fltis, 13. T"?:i: cost,?13. i'mS'., ?ai. Tb vidue uUbe calf, arid e-pecitl'y ott'.e :&Tiure, sH-'Uld be worth m'-ch more ti.aa the iik ad any dep;ei..rror ii valu. At the" figure...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 27 February 1879

THE EXCHANGE THURSDAY, FEB. 27, 1879. The Heathen Chinee. The tidal wave of Chinese immi gration, bich has been flowing into rthis country, is an unmixed evil. California, the gateway of the Coolie traffic, has become glutted with thew foreign'barhariana, and, is praying the general government for relief. A bill restricting their introduction has paired both branches of our National Legislature and awaits the signature or veto of the President. The press and many people of the East have ahown.'themselvesteuder-hearted hu manitarians in the discussion of this grave question, and holdthat a raeas ,ur!.to check the. Mongolian injur is a flagranviolation.qfour republican institutions. Capital is very sensitive to competition and sternly resists en croachments upon its .rights, but ill tated labor is ibrcedtoauccumb to the powers that be, and finds few friends to cherish and protect its in terests. Tbere'must be an equilibri um maintained between these vital element, which enter jotoa he...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 27 February 1879

rHEEXCIIAXGE THURSDAY. FEIi'Y 27,1879. KAILBOAD TIME TABLUt. -!, at. Vmt Scar Trint leaf Milan 'follows o ft" to..l;: 1. north, Imvm at... ,., " - io.2. . " - .. " " ' raiieat tfa. a. rtk.l'rt- ...7. $.. .. S.. a.foatk. ., S..S. ." .. " S.. W. " " . 4:00 pm . "3:50 am .12:41 p ..11:35 pm 2:2U pm .. 1:4' pm .. 2:U6 am ... t : J pin 3:3U pm Tim nooat tnn . u ', " r than tui J. C. LPtii. Aat-iit. Hilan J tf. MANXjP 't. Jackn,Tenn. B. M0llh.Y.U. T. A..NwOrle.n. can. I,.aialll KaaltUI . S. K. ft. Traini len Milan a. follow! on and alter MaflAlKf: So. l.aoath.laayetat . :; ..t.crtn. . - . ; 4:20 am ..... l:i pm 3;' : m i:aUam rmuTTiip H. T. Milk, ly l xl'.t, north. " in " 12;40 am 4:f)am .. 2:00 pm 2:50 am A. W. LOVING. ArenU . T. ATMCRE. .0. T.CA NT WELL, tin. P.AT.A- Local liek.t A,t SMALL, CHANGE. Toanlt to Hon D. J. C. Alkies for public papers sent us. Read th three Noa Resident noti ce from Henderson county. Horse and Jack tjills will be printed at low est cash rates at this office. ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 27 February 1879

-w"'"v'"""'es- .11 &2 C '.' A, .it-to L'La .trf J JSP. .ik i;n inujivkii ntin. We ktrw nor ',f f yt ,- " ' 1 Thij tlw m de-i and !. ,' fne faid d tusit, is hp lui talia IkcM( w tulsaa' jll ' be Ijda ibjt irill not li.'t i.ain, ihou;h we n.y c. 13 ar.4 fJI Tiie eMail. ati'e rvntiJe : p Tnat ilii ttif ill . We know cot what it in-ana, dear, I Lit do-.l -f wsert p"n- ' Thi drc.. ij tMkeonr daily ay, a nd it i u it again ; We know i.'.t to w;mt c!licr. iphere Th lovt-d iiO 'cara us po, " 5C'j- w hy ?V lefi tf wonf r ati'I, wlj we do nst fcj w.' . tint li.is w- trow: re terri tnff d'Tl II Ibe? llill! f "I, eti.tdey ' fcb-.iiid . n ear ark wt, Wtut St litof" l-.it oi.- of lit- ccuWi r-ay. L'f- if 8 ri'i-ory a rti-fi Aa hot u-th esn In, i:, h ' ii Fvtlti.4tti - '1 me .'lit-v.e h(aJ!( . i Ti'r. lie :i! ttjr7 Htir wf.ilisvl e; ea n.l I - "1f"' ta- n;V, Si 0 I 'I i o us likti li' n . ti e ni ly ti. yan i aatriit ; imiT ri:-t t' i i t. f h1 j nir Y ' I hi li TH' i r of ti-'.lU Y i.:i.r l. ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 27 February 1879

f MJUTHEtN Ft I'M AMI 110 1L. A prt d-.a! Km tn written on the eubitc" of 'e J--l' t-.wis e-;er-illy rfur imr me winter .--.on, aid i'"m "re articles one would siippi e that it re quired as much -kl-i n-d attention to cat--r or a o z j ' o kttv a lane city hct'I -W article is ik w te fore ii!., taten in"" h poultry j un hi. in which, aft. givii- U. ta.-: that mu-t be a!wsy on h:T:i f.i. :- My tow aiwsy- hsve ali tne oid in, ter, "lime, imtcr ar.d Him i-heils bn k-r. Erie, burned l.r.n-x. ;i auo.-d and ijiavel they require, a g-tod ' u-t K x to wh low in, .!ec-.T o( eo"d water, not mnw ai;0 ic, tMiii2 meal j i 1 mesi r ? twice or tint" times a week, aod sour n:i'k when J ru-ve it. writer prott-cds to etve an extended hoi t Lire t'-r Uir-e- sepa rate n.enis, v -tried ncry dy in toe week an at ..ire ioioi' e re-ie.urati. For instance: '' ."-un'ij-.;--! utatoea an 1 Lieut KTh-f Ik i ed, Tfia-l.ld, a lit Uilt. thitoen with c r i meal K'-d wheat stiort-; soooti lulu'. too k v hi at ; thir...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 27 February 1879

THE EXCHANGE Dissolution Notice. yar Declared' TIICESDAY. FEB. 27, 1879. ilfiideron County Xews. FJilir Exchange: Af: t being cordially solicited by . j - j . OUrS'jl Vl'S, anaaucwre unn. my pan ! "V"OTjrE is hereby -riven that the firm of 1 kIiriii Uuiiow has been this day di- ! fuireii oy inutnal roii-ent, V. li Iiinichara hitiuc- boneht i. Jl. Ittrr'w's ntcret in the . busiuiss. W;;1I. Binrhnm in auih.irir.ed to , settle the old business o' the firm. T tiif r'eb , ruary ota. 1-T3. JilNUll A.M A 151KK0VV- Thanking- the public for their very liberal ,i . i t .i ! ptr"iinffr in the ia"t. 1 ask tbem to tuotirtue 1.1 OOC.L-wn&Uy Cl you Bear irom Uie U to Mr Iiineham who ik thotouf-hlyeomiietent GENUINE VS. BOGUS PIANOS k ORGANS. and honest busine man and an x-aimniodnt- in.' arri 1-olite as any nian in the Mate frri ntn U.M. M'RROW. 1 COOKIKO OB HIATIHG New Excelsior Oil Stove. Just IJu Thing for Light Housekeeping. It wttl Broil. Kiaut. and Bake tetter than a Call or Weo-I Move. ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 6 March 1879

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Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 6 March 1879

MILAN. - TEN Hi $9tt Suppose tht the wearing of colored rtockings doei poison and cause the death of hundreds of women. ': Are not second marriages often happy ? Mb. Kearney goes further than the bill againrt the Chinese which has just pawed the Senate. He think the ChN oese already here ought to be killed oft It is not such a very unpleasant thing to be a prodigal son when the old man has a comfortable mansion and a big pile of bonds' and securities. But the prod, who has no wealthy dad to fall back up on must just stick to bk husks or bust. The French armies no longer search beneath the imperial eagle. That noble bird has been deposed from his lofty perch on the standards of Napoleon, and the soldiers of the republic are to be led to victory by a laurel wreath encircling a dart of gold. 1)R. Wteth, a practical scientist, has invented a preventive against the bane ful habit of snoring, It is a cap so con structed as to keep the jaw from falling while asleep, and thus rendering snor...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
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